This is the translated version from my Japanese blog which is on my webpage.
＜It was originally from the class and the TV programs where I first started learning English. As I already mentioned on my previous post, I was in a Japanese school, also all the students were Japanese, whereas teachers were blended, like one third of them were Americans, and the rest of them were Japanese. American teachers teach you English, American Social Study, and Art, while Japanese teachers teach you other subjects. Most of classes were conducted in Japanese.
However, nearly the half of students were born in the U.S, grew up out there, that's why their English were better than their Japanese. Whereas their looking was definitely distinct from those of Americans, their English were so fluent, as if their languages were overwhelmingly prominent like English native speakers. You could hear it all around the class as well, like when you are having breaks, or even after class. I attribute my English to their great help, particularly with my pronunciation, and vocabularies. If it were not for their help, I can honestly say that I wouldn't have spoken English in such a way, like what I'm doing with my life now.
In terms of educating myself in the early phase of some learning curves, I really much appreciate for that.>